Architecture as Catechesis

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May 28 Podcast

Arthur J. Sikula talks about his work as a liturgical architect.
Arthur J. Sikula talks with associate editor Kerry Weber about church architecture as a form of both controversy and catechesis. Sikula, a liturgical architect, was a member of the task force that prepared "Built of Living Stones," the U.S. bishops' document which details guidelines for the relationship between church art, architecture, and worship.
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